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Comcast's iPhone app gains caller ID capability for triple play customers

Chris Ziegler
November 1, 2010
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Comcast's mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch customers got boosted to version 2.5 in the past few days, bringing with it a handful of tweaks that seems to justify the 0.5 increment. Most notably, the app can now push you a notification when you get a call on your Comcast-provided phone line, but you've also got support for landscape viewing of TV listings (a useful feature, we'd reckon) along with Comcast's Universal ID for unifying logins regardless of which of the company's services you subscribe to. The update is available now; follow the break for the official demo of caller ID notifications in action.





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